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Library to interact with the Exonet API.

Project description

Python 3 library for the Exonet API.


  • Code style guide: PEP 8.

  • Docstring conventions: PEP 257 and reStructuredText.


Install using pip:

pip install exonetapi


Example to get the user details of the authorised user:

from exonetapi import Client

# Create a new Client.
client = Client('')

# Authorize with a personal access token.

# Make an API call. Get details of the authorized user.
user_details = client.resource('me').get()

# Print user's name.
print('Autorized as: {name}'.format(

See the /docs directory for complete documentation and additional code snippets.


The /examples directory contains ready to use scripts to help you get started. These examples can be executed with your personal access token. One of them gets a ticket with it’s emails and prints the details:

$ python examples/ <YOUR-TOKEN>

This should make two API calls and print the ticket and email details for one of your tickets.


Run unit tests and coverage:

coverage run -m unittest discover tests -v && coverage html

Change log

Please see releases <> for more information on what has changed recently.


If you discover any security related issues please email instead of using the issue tracker.



The MIT License (MIT). Please see [License File]( for more information.

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